“Some outstanding examples of disruptive thinking that push the boundaries of the US regulatory framework” is how Clarion Gaming’s Head of Content, Ewa Bakun, described the shortlist of finalists for this year’s GiGse Launchpad which is being organised in partnership with GamCrowd.
April's GiGse, the first to be held at the Marriott Marquis Marina, San Diego (26th - 28th April), will feature a total of 52 thought leaders who will deliver 40 hours of insight over two streams - Activate 2017 and Activate 2027...
Organisers of the iGaming North America Awards, (iGNA) which, for the first time, is being held as part of GiGse, (San Diego 26 – 28 April) have announced the shortlist of nominations.
Delegates attending the 2017 GiGse symposium in San Diego (26 -28 April) will benefit from over 40 hours of what Clarion’s Head of Content, Ewa Bakun, described as ‘constructively disruptive thinking and debate’.
GiGse is one of the most popular gaming events for C-Suite professionals, according to analysis of the attendance data from the 2016 edition.
In his first speech to Congress, US President, Donald Trump stated: ‘The time for small thinking is over’, a theme which, according to Ewa Bakun, Clarion Gaming’s Head of Content, can be applied equally to the philosophy and topics delegates will address at GiGse.
The unrelenting pace of technological advances set against the backdrop of regulatory reform will be a key talking point during the Activate 2027 feature, part of the GiGse symposium taking place in San Diego (26 – 28 April).
'GiGse’s role is to stand up and challenge conventional thinking’ is how Ewa Bakun, Clarion Gaming’s Head of Content, chose to describe the importance of the forthcoming edition this April...
GiGse has confirmed details of the LaunchPad competition which provides start-ups with a once in a life time opportunity to pitch in front of investor judges and an audience of senior executives from the US land-based and interactive gaming sectors.